If you are always in the lookout for exquisite and exclusive garden or outdoor décor products, some of the best possible options for you are the outdoor garden plants, which can augment the charm of your outdoor garden and make green outdoor space look more beautiful. Some of the most exotic outdoor garden plants that you can grow for your garden decor are the outdoor Bonsai trees. In fact, most of the Bonsai trees should be kept outdoors, and for this reason, you can choose from a wide variety of options of Bonsai trees to decorate your outdoor garden in the most pleasant manner. The commonest Bonsai trees that you can ideally grow as your outdoor garden plants include Maple, Juniper, Elm, Beech, Cedar, Ginkgo, Birch, Cypress and Larch. Bonsai plants can also be kept indoors but due care should be taken.
Importance of Climatic Conditions
You have to keep your Bonsai trees outdoors so that these can be exposed to all weather conditions and seasonal changes. If you can provide your Bonsai trees with relatively high humid conditions, your Bonsai trees can grow wonderfully and remain fresh and beautiful all round the year. However, you have to choose and keep your outdoor Bonsai tree in accordance with the climatic conditions that you can provide to it. The species of Bonsai trees that you can in your garden keep depends upon the local climatic conditions that you can provide for the proper growth of these outdoor garden plants.
Sizes of Bonsai Plants
Your Bonsai trees can be grown and arranged in an extensive number of sizes, which vary from 6 inches to 3 feet and the sizes vary according to the species that you are choosing to adorn your outdoor garden. If you want to grow your Bonsai tree from a cutting or seeding you can begin by growing a shorter one. It is better always to grow your Bonsais from cuttings since it is easier and faster to grow Bonsai from cuttings than from seeds. Also choose the size of the pot as not so big and not so small, according to the size of your Bonsai tree.
Types of Bonsai Trees According to Climatic Conditions
If you can provide subtropical climactic conditions to your Bonsai plants you can keep Olive, Mulberry, Pomegranate or Chinese Elm in your outdoor garden. Mediterranean Juniper, Japanese Black Pine, Asian Hackberry and bald Cypress can also be grown easily in such climactic conditions. But if you can really provide pleasant wintry conditions you can grow some Trident or Japanese maples in your open air garden. You can also grow apples and cherries if you can offer your Bonsai trees cool and soothing climactic conditions.
So this season choose from an extensive range of outdoor Bonsai trees and make it the most adorable part of your home.